Shoezone set to open Harlow store this weekend
Business / Tue 5th Dec 2023 at 09:44am
FOOTWEAR retailer shoezone is due to open its new store in Harlow on Saturday, December 9th. A new space at Unit 12 & 13, The Harvey Centre, Harlow, Essex, CM20 1XN, offers a huge selection for customers and an exciting range of name brands.
To celebrate the launch of the store, shoezone has a number of special offers for customers, including savings on a selection of various styles and seasonal opening offers.
From Monday to Saturday, the store will open 9 am – 5.30 pm, and 10 am – 4 pm on Sunday.
In the weeks following the launch, the brand new shoezone store will continue to offer shoppers money-saving promotions. It will stock own brand styles and a huge range of exciting name-brands popular with online shoppers, such as Relife, Lilley & Skinner and Lunar.
Store Manager Ausra Raudyte also shares the news that the opening has created up to eight new jobs.
Anthony Smith, shoezone Chief Executive said: “It’s exciting to be opening our new store in Harlow, which will see the launch of new brands for customers to enjoy.
“We look forward to welcoming customers into our new store and hope they enjoy the new variety of products available.”
You can visit the new Harlow store from Saturday, December 9th. For more information, visit https://www.shoezone.com/Stores/Harlow-1182.
Not really a new store as they used to be located in Broad Walk before they closed it down. (?)
Don't want to appear negative but hasn't this store been in Harlow before but outside opposite Specsavers!? It was a nice shoe shop with exceptionally good prices. Let's hope that it does well in Harvey centre. We need all of these little shops reopening in Harlow. Bring back the shops & little market get rid of the rif raf get Harlow a place where people want to come back to not escape from & above all to be safe. Harvey centre is a place of its own, but the rest of Harlow as a whole is a s..t hole & not a safe place to be. Not enough policeing either & what police there are don't do a lot, too many druggies in town & houses, holigans & knifes. I remember it being such a nice place. Why has it become what it is!!? There are some of us who still have pride of our homes & places of where we live, but unfortunately some don't care. The council & HTS of Harlow are not prepared to do their bit with the upkeep of Harlow as a WHOLE. It's in a terrible state in every shape & form & that doesn't look like it's going to change any time soon
Great - TWO Lidl, TWO KFC, every £ shop going and now a shoesave - All we need now is a Bargain Booze and we'll know that we've hit rock bottom - I guess you have to hit rock bottom first, before you can start your recovery.
It’s just a shame for the previous tenants who lost their business due to the high cost of rent as we’re not part of a chain. We need to help the small businesses